Kianguti is a small, family owned coffee farm lying within the Inoi area in Kirinyaga County. It stands at an altitude of around 1700 meters above sea level and is surrounded by tea farms. The volcanic soil in this region is rich and fertile and perfect for growing high quality coffee. The farm is run by the founder Kiberenge Muringa’s two sons: Jackson Nyamu and Michael Miriithi. Before they started pulping and processing their own coffee, they were delivering to Kaguyu cooperative factory. Nowadays the brothers have chosen to work independently. It is a small farm with only 1500 coffee trees. The first 1000 were SL varieties (28 and 34) planted in the 1960s, and in more recent years they have added Ruiru 11 and Batian trees.